A: I can’t say for certain, but I do know that my trap only had Japanese beetles and no other type of insect became trapped or swarmed around it. My guess would be no.
A: This trap is not recommended for June Bugs.
A: This trap is designed to only attract Japanese Beetles. Our testing has not shown that bees are affected.
A: Yes safe for all bee's. Have used 2 types of these pheromone traps for 3 years. Found no bee's when I emptied trap bag in the Fall. Used dead beetles to fertilize flowers and shrubs.
A: Placement of this trap will depend on where the plants that you want to protect are and which way the wind is blowing. We recommend placing traps on the generally upwind side of vegetable gardens, flower gardens, ornamental shrub plantings and other outside landscape plantings attacked by the beetles. Apply traps at the rate of one trap per 50 linear feet along two sides of plant perimeters. For example, if the site is 1 - 50 linear feet, place only one trap on each side of the two sides; if the site is 51 - 100 linear feet, place two traps on each of the two sides, etc. We do not recommend enclosing the treated sites with traps.
A: I'd say two. The beetles will find them. Don't put them near anything that you are trying to keep the beetles away from, put them a distance away.
A: In my yard, it was more a matter of how bad the infestation was, and which plants were involved. I have rose bushes across the front of my house that were heavily infested. The planting bed is about 75 - 100 feet. I used 4 during the worst infestation, spread out at intervals across my flower bed in front of the house. This worked well. I bought 2 more, just in case I needed more, but did not have to use them. The last 2 years, I have not had but a few beetles, so didn't need any more traps. My yard is 1.1 acres, but only had infestation in the front planting bed across the front of the house.
A: I had the same experience as Tom. The pole was in one package,the bags in another, but the nursery where I bought them did not have the yellow vane part. It was not included in the package with the bags. The package pictured here is different than what I purchased. It may be a complete kit rather than the parts purchased separately, as I found.
A: The yellow vanes are included with the bag itself and are not available for purchase separately.
A: I did not have a pole, stand, or vanes when I purchased my beetle traps. I did not even know about those parts. I put an open paper clip through the top of the plastic, slipped a rubber band in the loop of the paper clip, and hung the bag on a branch of my rose bush. It worked just fine.
|Brand||Safer Brand||Victor||Safer Brand||RESCUE|
|Name||The Japanese Beetle Trap||1 Qt. Fly Magnet Reusable Trap with Bait||Houseplant Sticky Stakes Insect Traps (14-Count)||Outdoor Reusable Fly Trap Canister with (3 Refills)|
|Pest Common Name||Beetle||Fly||Aphid,Fly,Fruit Fly,Gnat,Moth||Fly|
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